Recent tests revealed no structural damage to Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant’s back, reports Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas.
Test results revealed no structural damage to the back of Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant.
Bryant injured his back during the Cowboys’ regular season finale against the Washington Redskins. The wide out sustained his back injury in the second half of the contest and wasn’t able to return. He had to exit the field in a wheel chair and was using crutches to walk earlier this week.
Luckily for Bryant and the Cowboys, tests revealed there is no structural damage to the wide receiver’s back, as he has instead been diagnosed with spasms.
Bryant is also recovering from a fractured left index finger which he opted to hold off surgery for until the offseason so he could continue playing. At this point, it’s not clear when the wide receiver will undergo surgery to repair the fractured finger, according to Watkins.